News Headlines - 27 May 2013

Japanese politician apologizes to US over sex comment, deny Japan’s forced WWII prostitution - The Washington Post

An outspoken Japanese politician apologized Monday for saying U.S. troops should patronize adult entertainment businesses as a way to reduce sex crimes, but defended another inflammatory remark about Japan’s use of sex slaves before and during World War II.

BBC News - Woolwich murder probe: 'Thousands' at risk of radicalisation, says Theresa May

Thousands of people are potentially at risk of being radicalised in the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May has said. She also told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show that those at risk were at "different points on what could be a path to violent extremism".

Syria: EU split over push to lift rebel arms embargo | guardian.co.uk

Britain and France argue that supplying arms to 'moderates' will lead to less killing, but others say it will only escalate conflict

Stroke patients show signs of recovery in stem cell treatment trial - Telegraph

Seriously disabled stroke sufferers surprised doctors by regaining movement in their hands and legs after receiving a pioneering new treatment where stem cells are injected into the brain.

Cannes 2013: Blue is the Warmest Colour wins Palme d'Or - Telegraph

Blue is the Warmest Colour, Abdellatif Kechiche’s three-hour drama about young French lesbians, is an impeccable choice for the 2013 Cannes Palme d'Or, says Robbie Collin.








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